tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC May 13, 2015 11:35pm-12:38am PDT
>> jimmy: thank you. thank you. great night. i'm glad you still care. because i'll tell you something. you know, we started doing this show in 2003, january of 2003. and at that time there was a talent show, a very -- to be honest -- dumb-sounding talent show that was getting started called "american idol" that went on to become probably the biggest hit in television history. it's a show that gave us ryan seacrest, simon cowell, carey underwood, kelly clarkson. maybe biggest of all, lee dewise came out of "american idol." so anyway, tonight was the season finale of idol. next season is going to be its last season. fox announced this week they're doing one more year, and then ryan will go back to his home
planet of seacrestia. the show became very expensive to produce. the other reason is, because nobody cares about any of the people competing on it. does anyone note names of the two finalists tonight? okay. anyone? literally [ laughter ] >> the two finalists tonight were clark beckham and nick fratiani. they shoot "american idol" right across the street from us. i can literally hit their theater with a plum if i threw it hard enough. and even considering that, even considering the fact that it's right here in our neighborhood, i wondered if anyone in hollywood had any idea who the finalists were this year. so we went out on the street today. they didn't. but most of the people were nice enough to pretend that they did. ♪ >> hey, we're talk to people about the finale of "american idol" tonight. who do you think is going to take it? robert dearst or cornelia
vanderbilt? >> robert. >> have you been following him this season? >> not really. but i hear he's really good. >> have you ever watched "american idol"? >> i only watch the first couple of weeks. >> you only watch the first couple of weeks. you saw when robert dearst totally killed it at the audition. >> i think so. i want to say yes. >> what do you think about that? >> good singer i guess. was it funny when he left his lights on and he went to the bathroom? >> yes. that was funny. >> were you with anyone when you saw that? >> some family and friend. >> which family members were you with? >> my brother and sister. >> what did they think when robert deast went to the bathroom and left the lights on? >> who do you think will win? jay or adnan? >> jay. i watched it last night. i think he did better. >> you think he has a beaut if you singing voice? better than adnan? >> i on watched it a couple of times lately. i haven't been watching it from the beginning. they're both really talented. >> people were saying about week
six they were really disappointed that joe biden got kicked off. >> joe biden, he used to play for the colts, didn't he? yeah yeah yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> didn't he play for the colts? no, he's the vice president. now, i think i know what fox should replace idol with. this is from a japanese game show called ak wibingo. when it comes to game shows nobody can touch japan. this is a competition involving two women, a placic tu plastic dead cockroach. this is what i would like to see take place of "american idol." [ cheers ] [ cheers and applause ] >> right? paula abdul could host that. [ cheers and applause ] >> you like that, huh?
>> yes! >> jimmy: i knew you'd laugh eventually. wow! la cucaracha, huh? you are in north korea yeah. this is another crazy story from the kim jong-un files. kim jong-un reportedly had the defense chief executed after he fell asleep durg a meeting. now, this is the guy on the far left. they say he was sleeping. apparently he nodded off in the dear leader's presence. not only did they execute him, they shot him with an anti-aircraft gun. one of these. which, you know, for a first violation maybe just shoot him to death with a regular gun. that's crazy. how nutty is that. i tell you what. i'd like to see nbc hire kim jong-un to host "the apprentice." his way of firing people is much more exciting than donald trump's. it's things like that that make me glad i live in america. where our political figures are free to fall asleep wherever
they want [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ lfz love ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: isn't that sweet? no one gets shot. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kim jong-un. it's really catch 22 with him. if you close your eyes you get shot for falling asleep. if you open them you get shot for laughing at his haircut
[ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, thank you. i don't know if you saw it. expedia the travel web site just released their annual rankings of the most annoying drivers in america. for the 15th year in a row, the most annoying driver on the road is every driver but you [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they found that you, the lone perfect driver, are what henry ford envisioned when he dreamed of the future of the automobile. according to the survey, the texter is the most reviled driver, followed by the tailgater and the left lane hog, which i think covers pretty much all of us. they also found l.a. has the second rudest drivers in america second only to new york. we don't mean to be rude here if l.a. we're just in a bad mood because we haven't had any gluten in over five years [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the survey says the least popular passengers on the road are backseat drivers. i would have said carjackers.
i'd have went with them [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if you've been watching our show the last few weeks you know i recently launched a campaign to raise awareness of bad behavior. it's called the finger of shame. i asked our viewers to take pictures of things going on in public with the finger in the frame pointing these bad things out, and then to post them to instagram or twitter with the #fingerofshame. we get hundreds of them every day. a lot are about other drivers. too many of them. let's take a look through here and go through some of these. by the way, we're done with getting parking. i don't want to see any more pictures of people parking. we've had too many. this is courtesy of eric. he says "new definition of distracted driving, brushing your teeth driving." that woman's got a toothbrush and she's going. i know people who do this, by the way. they have the most disgusting cup holders of anyone [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this next one is from jonathan. he says "daughter didn't get finger in pic but got bowl eating cereal through a school zone."
okay. that's why they invented gogurt. that's not necessary [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next from wendy brewer, "this is me and the girls on a road trip stopping at a truck stop you. can see the guy's butt crack. big big finger of shame item from manny savage. trying to eat lunch and this dude's crack is showing [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is from taylor. first tweet in two years. that's what it is. well worth the wait. valerie. plumber on break checking out -- there's still a record store. that's good news. it's an epidemic. it might be time for the krurkz cumberbund. please pull your pants up. this one >> jimmy: why would they hang this up next to a cemetery? i don't know.
but they get the finger of shame for hang it. from shawn myers, a boy peeing outside of office max. which is better than being inside office max but not that much. and in keeping with that team, so close yet so far. peeing right next to a porta john. that might be the boy from the office max all grown up now. i don't know [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and i think we have one more. every single day my husband cleans his ears and sets his used q tip on the counter two feet from the trash can. every single day. [ audience boos ] >> jimmy: i got to admit something. this one came from my wife [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: in my defense, she doesn't seem to understand that i like to leave -- i need her to see how clean my ears are. so i want her -- anyway, i reject your finger of shame. but there you go. if you see something egregious happening in a public place, don't do anything illegal or
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will be able to order a pizza just by tweeting a pizza emoji to domino's twitter handle and a pizza will automatically come to your house. what if you retweet someone's pizza emoji? do you get one, too? according to domino's the new service is about attracting the attention of busy younger customers who are ultratech savvy but also ultrapressed for time. i didn't know that knowing how to tweet a pizza emoji made me ultratech savvy but thank you for the compliment. it does sound convenient. it's funny how far out of the way we'll go to never use the phone part of our phones. we really don't want to speak to anyone ever anymore. that's a smart company. they know what you want. the next thing they should try to do, try to make a bong that automatically alerts domino's when you light it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. pizza delivery.
from time to time we set hidden cameras up in a house. my cousin sal goes to the house and he orders things. and he performs acts of foolishness on the people who deliver the things to him. this time we ordered a bunch of pizzas. we let sal do every weird thing he could think of to the guy whose delivered them. ♪ >> hey. how yeah doing? thanks. >> all right, sure. [ laughter ]
how are you doing? >> very funny. [ laughter ] ♪ lfz. >> oh, thank god. thank you. come on in come on in perfect. just in time. here. take that. all right. i'm going to need your help a little bit. >> okay. >> hold this box. there should be two spots open on my back. all right? can you see that? >> yeah. >> okay. all right. throw them on. so excited. finally done. years and years of preparation. fit it right in there. does it fit? >> maybe because it's too hot, you know. >> maybe blow on it a little if
it's too hot. is it too hot? >> no. it's not sticking. >> keep trying. keep trying. let it sit. maybe it will melt. that's all right. let it sit. let it sit. you're a professional. how long have you been doing this? >> i think it's too hot. do you have something better to -- >> do you have like a staple gun or something? >> no, not in the car. >> not in the car? what kind of pizza guy drives around without a staple gun? >> come on, man. isn't this an act you've been asked to complete? >> i don't know why, man. it doesn't stick. >> what are we doing, anyway? >> i don't know. >> okay, yeah. can't wait to see what you bring back. he's going to get something to help put the pizza on my back. should be good [ laughter ] >> oh, a rubber band. why didn't we think of that?
>> okay. you're really into this, huh? did it work? >> yeah. >> okay. so we're good, right? my pizza costume is complete [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> pizza man, about to take a slice out of crime. watch me. look out. look out. look out. i'm going to fly. oh, [ mute ]. i need a side kick. do you want to be pepperoni boy? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very nicely done. oh, no. thank you. i will take that. cousin sal, everybody. >> jimmy: tonight on the show music from earl sweatshirt, marc maron is here and we'll be right back with elizabeth banks.
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marc maron is here. then the album is called "i don't like [ bleep ] i don't go outside: an album by earl sweatshirt." earl sweatshirt featuring badbadnotgood from the at&t stage. definitely stay up for that. tomorrow night amy schumer will be here, chris "ludacris" bridges will join us, and we'll have music from jose gonzalez. and friday an all new show with paul giamatti and "science bob" pflugfelder who has promised to dazzle us with all manner of weird science stuff. >> jimmy: our first guest is an emmy-nominated actress and person who is about to make a very high profile directorial debut with the highly anticipated movie "pitch perfect 2." >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> chloe, don't blame yourself. you're a ginger. that's punishment enough. >> this is not all your fault. it's on all of us. >> what are we? a bunch of girls that hang out? >> what's wrong with that? >> if we don't win the bellas are over. this is the biggest challenge that any of us have ever faced. when i worked nine years old my
brother tried to sell me fried chicken. >> i will do whatever it takes in order to get us back to the top. >> you mean whatever it takes? >> i'll do that, too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "pitch perfect 2" opens in theaters friday, please welcome elizabeth banks. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, hi! >> how you doing? >> i'm great. >> jimmy: first of all, i got to tell you, i think you did a really great job directing the movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you produced the first movie, then you graduated to director for this one >> yes, i graduated. >> jimmy: i'm not sure if you're aware of this. but my mother, i played a video last week of my mother. my daughter's friend secretly taped it. my mother singing and dancing along to the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: the first movie. and my mother had a pitch perfect sing along party at her house over the weekend.
>> no. >> jimmy: yes. >> because we put out a sing along dvd. does she have to sing with the bouncing ball? >> jimmy: of course. >> come on. >> jimmy: she's watched the movie i don't know how many times. but i know it's getting close to 100 now. >> we love these fans. >> jimmy: you haven't spent a weekend with her, though, i'll tell you that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so my niece, allison, secretly videotaped my mother, who invited a whole bunch of friends over for this pitch -- by friends i mean full-grown adult women. >> women, right. >> jimmy: these are not teenagers. my mother is 67 years old. >> yes! >> jimmy: this went on all night at my mom's house. ♪ >> jimmy: that's her. there she is really -- and here we go. this is the video quality isn't great, but you can see that my mother is -- well r, that's her
moves. >> that is so fun. i love that. i love your mom. we have a lot of really interesting fans >> jimmy: she's not your target odd audience, though, is she? >> it's a movie for everybody. we made the first film. we got so many really interesting responses from not just young women who the movie was sort of initially made for >> jimmy: who else did you hear from? >> one of my favorite names? i was a huge dave chapelle fan. i am a dave chapelle fan >> jimmy: as if he passed away. >> where the hell are you, dave? seeing him is like seeing big foot. >> jimmy: i saw him twice in one week. he's alive now. he's doing great. >> i knew he was alive. i got like a forwarded e-mail from the first film. like forward to forward to forward friend of friend of
friend. it was just like from dave chapelle. "that pitch perfect was funny." wow! it was amazing. howard stern is a fan. which makes sense. he has daughters. that made sense to me >> jimmy: he watched it alone, i guarantee you [ laughter ] >> i heard that floyd mayweather it's on his like play list of things to relax to? >> jimmy: that makes no sense [ laughter ] >> of course the green bay packers tweeted at me. they were tweeting about like they sing like your mom. they sing most of the finale. they know all the choreography, like everything. the offensive line of the green bay parks >> jimmy: they have a very funny scene in the movie >> yes. so they loved it so much i was like you guys want to be in the movie? >> jimmy: my mother would definitely have tweeted something to you if she knew that was all it took. >> she could have come and been in the movie, i love it. >> jimmy: congratulations for giving her life meaning. we're thinking of sending her to
a -- >> a cappella boot camp? >> jimmy: yes. if you can recommend anything. she'd love being the oldest one in it. did you enjoy directing the movie? you're in the movie as well. is it more fun to be in charge or less? >> it's pretty fun to be the boss. i mean, it's a totally new, different challenge. and i loved working with the crew. i mean, it's a giant collaboration. the movie is about teamwork. so it was really fun to have that with spades in my cast and crew >> jimmy: is the movie popular in other countries as well as the united states? >> well, we chose -- it's funny. we did sort of a survey when we were thinking about putting this movie together of whe else outside of america do people sing -- do people sing a cappella. turns out they love anytime germany. it's a big thing in germany. so our nemesis in this film are germans, sort of on purpose. because germany actually produces a cappella singers. they really love a cappella >> jimmy: so you did that on
purpose. german. >> they're the villians. >> jimmy: do the germans like the idea they're the villians now? >> i just went to paris, berlin, rome and london. when we were in berlin i was so nervous because we've made them the villains of the movie german [ laughter ] >> and i was bracing myself. and they're very -- they're really good in the movie. i mean, they're amazing. they set the bar very high for the barden bell has in "pitch perfect 2." when i got there we make this joke in the film about how the whole world hates us that's why americans never win these competitions. >> jimmy: right. >> all they wanted to know was, in america do you guys really believe the whole world hates you? that's what they wanted to know. >> jimmy: oh. >> and they're like, because we do. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> kind of the truth. >> jimmy: are the germans aware of how the rest of us feel about them? >> by the way. well, they were like, so do you also believe that we are
superior a cappellas, that we are superior at singing? >> jimmy: they're still doing that stuff. >> i was like sure, guys, yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: you don't want to start trouble over there. although i think they would welcome you with open arms. >> i'm irish more than anything. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: on behalf of america we thank you for the film. on behalf of my family who is going to be watching your movie who knows how many times. my father would like to put a curse on you. >> i'm doubling the pleasure this time. >> jimmy: "pitch perfect 2" opens in theaters friday. elizabeth banks, everybody. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t, mobilizing your world.
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talented guy in a number of different fields. he hosts one of the best podcasts there is and his tv show "maron" begins it's third season on ifc tomorrow night at 10:00. please welcome marc maron. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm okay, jimmy. how are you? >> jimmy: i'm good. thanks for stopping by. i know you're in the middle of a two-continent comedy show right now. >> that was very confusing what you just said. >> jimmy: i know. what i meant to say is -- >> yes, i'm traveling. i'm going places on land >> jimmy: that's good. i'm glad you're finally on land. >> it took awhile. the sea thing wasn't working [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's good to have you back on land. where were you, in vancouver or
something? >> i just got back from vancouver, canada. canada is just like america except without the panic. you know? you go to canada, it's like what's different? no one seems to be rushing anywhere [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you find that the pace is slower in canada? >> yeah. they just seem to be like we're good, everything's okay. what are you all worked up about? just getting up, you know what i mean? it's america. get going! >> jimmy: do people that are coming to your shows fans of the podcast? >> do i have a lot of fans. i can't really say i have a demographic. it's more of a disposition [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have ages 14 to 70 of slightly disenfranchised, irritated people that feel too sensitive to live on most days. they come out [ laughter ] >> it's interesting. i had a situation. i seem to have become more pleasant or more appealing. i don't know what's happening. but i'm walking down the street in vancouver. i see this nice family of four,
young parents. they seem like nice people. a couple of what seem to be teenaged kids. the father goes marc maron. i go yes, hi. they said we're all coming to your show as a family. and as a comic i look at the kids and i'm look, they're too young for what i do. it's going to get filthy [ laughter ] >> the more goes like, how filthy? i'm like pretty filthy. so then i'm like nervous. so now it's stuck in my head i have this one family. apparently like in vancouver, canada it's just all ages. they don't care. all shows are all ages. and i don't have a parental warning or anything. now i'm worried about these teenagers. i get out on the stage. look, i'm going to announce at the end before it gets filthy. i don't want the parents to be embarrassed while i talk about orgasms in front of their children >> jimmy: really? >> what? >> jimmy: it goes like that?
[ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> i'm weird. you know? that's why i don't have children. it just like this. it's got no focus [ laughter ] >> it's very -- a little scattered like i am. it's always freakish >> jimmy: seriously kids there was okay? was all right? >> i'm sorry. i jumped ahead. i got distracted by the boo kay y -- bouquet you were arranging. >> that's right. oh. so here. now i'm worried about the teenagers >> jimmy: yeah. then o >> out of nowhere i'm doing my set. a woman sits up front with an infant. it's a comedy show. i said are you kidding? there's 900 people in here and there's just a woman. i said, how old is that thing? [ laughter ] >> she said 18 months. i'm like, why are you here? but i was trying not to be mean.
what do i know what happened to her? she could have been on the run. she could have been outside like i'm going in here. you leave us alone [ laughter ] >> so i was trying to be pleasant, you know. i said what's the kid's name? she said yola. i'm like that kid's going to be a mess. what kind of a name is that? that's like a mistake. ooh, there's an end. yola. so that's going on. all right maybe the kid will be fine. the kid's fine for awhile. now i'm worried about the teenagers, i got an infant, i'm trying to do my act. then what happens what you think would happen. [ sobbing ] >> the whole audience is laughing. because the kid is like [ sobbing ] >> this can't be happening. i'm looking at the mother. what are you going to do? i got another hour to do here. she just sat there and kid got okay. then it started crying again. like [ sobbing ] >> i'm like, oh, my god! so they leave, the kid and the mother leave. i'm like thank god. then i'm just doing my set.
and then out of nowhere from the back of the room when it quiets down i here like [ crying ] >> i've never been heckleded by a baby. [ laughter ] >> i was not equipped. i can deal with almost any heckler. i'm like i should have brought my car keys [ laughter ] >> and oddly that will also work on drunks. if you have car keys. >> jimmy: i watched your show today. i watched it many times but i watched the new season. third season which is great. congratulations on that. >> thanks. >> jimmy: it's very funny. you have an actor in the show. put a picture up on the screen of the actor in this show. who is this man? >> that's gregory white. he became well-known for the mcnuggets commercial. you remember that guy? >> jimmy: no. >> he's done a lot of commercial commercials. >> jimmy: no. >> when that guy was on
commercial there was a guy mr. duty head. that guy every day for a year said good job on the mcdonald's commercial. he decided that guy was me. it's clearly not me. i got pissed off at mr. doody head. that's not me. no, seriously. really good on the commercial. this troll -- it went on for like two years [ laughter ] >> then we're casting my show. and he comes in to read for a part. i'm like, i don't care how he does, i'm casting him. i'm casting that guy [ laughter ] >> so i made a casting decision just to get back at mr. doody head. [ laughter ] >> this guy played a doctor. >> jimmy: this is the result [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. so now i just made a star out of mr. doody head. but he was great. he was hilarious.
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t, mobilizing your world. >> jimmy: i want to thank elizabeth banks, marc maron and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, this is his album "i don't like [ bleep ] i don't go outside: an album by earl sweatshirt," here with the songs "huey" and "grief" with some help from badbadnotgood, earl sweatshirt. [ cheers and applause ]
[ rapping ] ♪ good grief i've been reaping what i sow i haven't been outside in a minute i've been ♪ ♪ living what i wrote and all i see is snakes in the eyes of these momma taught me how to ♪ ♪ read em when i look miss me at the precinct getting booked fishy think they eating ♪ ♪ off of hooks say you ♪ eating but we see you getting cooked i don't act hard i'm a hard act to follow ♪ ♪ like it or not when he drop it you gotta listen chasing dragons trying to make it happen ♪ ♪ on a mission step into the shadows we could talk addiction when it's hard from where ♪ ♪ you're growin and the part of you that know it don't give a pardon me for going into ♪ ♪ details 376 was a brothel we had females coming every hour on the dot and this sound like ♪ ♪ a gavel when they knock focus on my chatter
ain't as frantic as my thoughts ♪ ♪ lately i've been panicking a lot feeling like i'm stranded in a mob ♪ ♪ scrambling for xanax out the canister to pop never getting all the -- steady handlin my job ♪ ♪ time damaging my ties who turn to get up get dudes turn it then a quick ♪ ♪ you circus you turning into tricks i was making waves you was surfing in them ♪ ♪ good grief i've been reaping what i sow i haven't been outside in a minute i've been ♪ ♪ living what i wrote and all i see is snakes in the eyes of these momma taught me how to ♪ ♪ read em when i look miss me at the precinct getting booked fishy think they eating ♪ ♪ off of hooks say you ♪ eating but we see you getting cooked i don't act hard i'm a hard act to follow ♪ ♪ like it or not when he drop it you gotta listen chasing dragons trying to make it happen ♪ ♪ on a mission step into the shadows
we could talk addiction when it's hard from where ♪ ♪ you're growin and the part of you that know it don't give a pardon me for going into ♪ ♪ details 376 was a brothel we had females coming every hour on the dot and this sound like ♪ ♪ a gavel when they knock focus on my chatter ain't as frantic as my thoughts ♪ ♪ lately i've been panicking a lot feeling like i'm stranded in a mob ♪ ♪ scrambling for xanax out the canister to pop never getting all the -- steady handlin my job ♪ ♪ time damaging my ties who turn to get up get dudes turn it then a quick ♪ ♪ you circus you turning into tricks i was making waves you was surfing in them ♪ ♪ dealing with the stomach pain just from birthing ♪ cut the grass off the surface print long born brain blade catch the back of ♪ a serpent when it his hiss.
♪ ♪ good grief i've been reaping what i sow i haven't been outside in a minute ♪ ♪ what i wrote and all i see is snakes in the eyes of these ♪ ♪ momma taught me how to read em when i look miss me at the precinct getting booked fishy ♪ ♪ think they eating off of hooks say you eating but we see you getting cooked ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, make some noise. we got to get out of here. i brought my man. show him how to do it. show him how to do it.
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